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UK farmers might move production abroad, while others could give up if they cannot hire the staff, an industry representative has said.
Tullow Oil is to turn its focus towards South America later this year, aiming to start drilling offshore Suriname by October at an area close to where super-major ExxonMobil this week made a significa
Water rationing is back for a lot of folk living in the north-east. Tesco has placed a limit of six bottles of water per customer at its stores in the area, not because of some regional drought but be
UniCredit said hackers accessed about 400,000 client bank accounts in Italy, taking biographical and loan data in one of the biggest breaches in Europe to date.
The UK’s Labour Party has held a series of meetings with top finance executives, setting out how it would levy taxes on one of the world’s biggest financial trading centres if it snatched
Britain’s economy failed to build much momentum over the past three months after almost stalling at the start of the year, reducing an already slim chance that the Bank of England will soon reve
The accuracy of figures used by officials to assess the depth of the housing crisis has again been called into question by the chief economist at Goodbody after an authoritative private survey suggest
ITV has reported stronger-than-expected first-half earnings despite weak advertising income, showing that new boss, former EasyJet chief Carolyn McCall, will inherit a media group better placed to wit
Shares in Permanent TSB plunged by as much as 16% yesterday as the bank reported a 55% annualised drop in first half net profit.
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary had a 3% pay rise, increasing his earnings to €3.26m.
The profits of Chinese industrial companies rose 19.1% year on year as of June. The information is provided by China's statistical bureau, Reuters reports, quoted by Focus. For the first half of 2017,
Romanian authorities say the EU needs to address the issue of “double standards” in food labeling for products sold throughout the Union under the same label after having recently issued a report into
The U.S. Embassies in Bulgaria and Macedonia welcome the approval of the draft Bulgaria-Macedonia friendship agreement.The agreement acknowledges the close ties between the countries and celebrates a
Today’s Half-Yearly Financial Results 2017 Announcement from Allied Irish Banks has revealed profit before tax €0.8bn.
The drugmaker is the biggest loser on the index after its share price falls more than 15%.
The wider gender pay gap issue is set to be addressed with an upcoming change in legislation.
The bank reports half-year profits of £2.5bn and sets aside another £700m for PPI claims.
The bank reports a half-year profit of £2.5bn, but sees higher PPI claims.
Official exchange rate of the US dollar and euro to Azerbaijani manat for July 27 was set at 1.7010 manats and 1.9984 manats, respectively.
The firm has suffered from a collapse in commodity prices and allegations of improper accounting.
Extended „open-space” areas encouraging the communication between co-workers, informal office premises, multifunctional meeting rooms, open air terraces, recreation areas, natural light and an easy-go
It’s a fact that culture is still underfinanced in Romania, although official data shows that the Ministry of Culture’s budget has increased by 51 percent since 2016, meaning RON 766 million. It’s als
It’s a fact that culture is still underfinanced in Romania, although official data shows that the Ministry of Culture’s budget has increased by 51 percent since 2016, meaning RON 766 million. It’s als
The move takes US e-commerce giant into its first head-to-head battle with Chinese rival Alibaba.
The move takes US e-commerce giant into its first head-to-head battle with Chinese rival Alibaba.
The number of cars rolling off UK production lines fell 13.7% in June, the third monthly dip in a row.
The Taiwanese electronics firm Foxconn says it will invest $10bn in a new factory in Wisconsin.
How Lapland firms have adapted to the permanent light of Arctic summers.
How Swedes take advantage of 24-hour sunlight in the land of near-endless summer.
Aberdeen and Edinburgh could be among the hardest-hit cities if economic output falls due to Brexit, experts predict.
Aberdeen and Edinburgh could be among the hardest-hit cities if economic output falls due to Brexit, experts predict.
The social media company's profits jumped 71%, amid strong advertising spending and user growth.
A High Court judge has appointed an interim examiner to two related companies involved in specialised sales and marketing and in publishing the Golden Pages directory and employing 103 people, reports
UK strikes £835m deal 'in principle' with the European Commission for RBS to boost banking competition.

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